The fellowship of food. That's what we call this interconnected world of people who feed and tend their communities with their crops and traditions. This collection looks deep into the heart of the peach, and the people who grow it. It taps into a longing and a passion for authentic taste and for knowledge of the lives of people who devote themselves to these fresh, baked, canned, and preserved endeavors.
What is all the fuss about? Read chapter two here.
“Eccentric, passionate, and bold, this book introduces us to those who have been quietly working to return food to where it belongs: at the center of our families and communities.”
— Michael Ableman, author of
On Good Land and Fields Of Plenty